We're here for you Monday through Friday, 9 am to 5 pm at:
info@explika.cz
  • Čeština
  • English
  • Deutsch
  • Italiano
  • Slovenčina
  • Polski

Maltese

Our agency provides translations and other language services in dozens of languages including Maltese. But bear in mind that not all translations are alike. The different options we offer are tailored to meet various needs – whether it is a creative proofreading or a court-certified translation. If you want to know what products we offer or are not completely sure which option would be best for you, just click through the options below and send your non-binding inquiry straight away.

Language pair:

swap

Product:

Product description

Translation done by a professional translator who is a native speaker of the target language and has translation experience in the relevant field, followed by standard quality assurance.
Translation done by a professional translator who is a native speaker of the target language and has translation experience in the relevant field, followed by review by a second translator with the same qualification and standard quality assurance.
Translation done by a professional translator who is a native speaker of the target language and has translation experience in the relevant field, followed by standard quality assurance and official certification by a court-appointed translator.
Creative translation done by a professional translator who is a native speaker of the target language, an expert in target-culture realia and has translation experience in the relevant field, followed by standard quality assurance and monolingual pre-press proofreading.
Bilingual editing done by a professional translator who is a native speaker of the target language and has translation experience in the relevant field, followed by a standard quality assurance.
Proofreading done by a language specialist who is a native speaker of the target language and has experience with texts in the relevant field.
Oral translation to enable communication between people not sharing the same language.

Use case

Our best selling product designed for most everyday uses including internal regulations, contracts, tender documentation, technical manuals and safety data sheets.
This product is used to translate materials intended for communication with clients, be it product information, marketing texts or company presentations, as well as web pages and documents for publication.
This product is used to translate documents required for official acts in a foreign-language environment, be it birth certificates, university diplomas, permits, licenses, certificates or contracts.
This product is used to localise websites or mobile applications, as well as to translate client communication. A substantial part of the transcreation task includes extensive research into the target culture and checking the authenticity of the resulting message.
Proofreading of all types of texts is provided. This product is designed to verify the accuracy and improve the quality of the translations, whether they are translations produced by another vendor whose work you want to verify translations produced internally by a non-translator.
This product is designed to provide proofreading of texts produced by both native and non-native speakers of the target language. It aims to improve the quality of texts.
Conferences, business meetings

About

Sample

Locations of our translators

Maltese is a Semitic language most closely related to Arabic and probably descended from Siculo-Arabic. In addition, there is a strong influence from Italian and English, which is Malta's official language next to Maltese. About half of the words come from Italian and Sicilian, with English accounting for up to 20% of the Maltese vocabulary. It is spoken by about 400,000 people and is thus next to Irish Gaelic the smallest national language of the European Union. It is also the only Semitic language using the Latin alphabet in its standard form. The oldest reference to Maltese was in 1364 from the Benedictine Monks of Catania, who were unable to open a monastery in Malta because they could not understand the native language. The Maltese language started to develop into a distinct language in the 11th century, after the Normans ended the Arab rule of the islands. Since then, the vernacular developed from its Arabic source alongside Italian. Throughout the centuries, the use of Maltese was generally discouraged. In the Nineteenth century, concerted efforts were made to transcribe spoken Maltese in a comprehensive written form. Finally, in 1934, Maltese was recognised as an official language.
Valletta, Rabat, Mosta, Sliema, Qormi

Order the selected product directly

    Don't want to fill out the contact form?